Australians generally don't care too much about religion and don't take it very seriously but as all religions seem to forcing their beliefs on government I want to fight back.
Don't care what people believe no matter how absurd as long as they don't try to force it on me but when they try to legislate their "religious morality" (that is an oxymoron if I ever heard one) it is time to act.
Keep up the good fight and best wishes from down under.
[snaps to attention] Kitchener, Ontario! :)
I am from Englewood Colorado
Broward County (the one where one of the demonstrations during the 2000 election cheat was held)
I'm from the Northwest in the UK.
Wichita Falls, Texas. Not exactly the easiest place for an atheist to live, but I get by.
I'm from Pennsylvania. Lived in Virginia and Mississippi.
Now I live in beautiful California.
McKinleyville, California. Which is in Humboldt County in Northern California. I am pretty close to the Oregon border. You know guys know what is so famous about Humboldt County right! Well if you don't Google it!
Sad to say and it is a sin against Atheists. Houston, TX.
Hey Houston! I was born in Pasadena and I think I've still got family thereabouts, but I guess I have thankfully never laid eyes on the place. I'm supposing that it's a no-man's land as far as reason goes?
Gotta hand it to Houston, though. They did hold the Texas Freethought Convention/Atheist Alliance of America there last October. I went there, and well over 700 people showed up. Though I wish it could've been over 7,000, at least I took some comfort in knowing that not all Texans are Bible-thumping zombies.
Wow, 700. That's not really all that much, is it? How many people live in the Houston area? It's gotta be over a million, no? So not even a 1000th of the population? Still, I guess that's a lot better than elsewhere in the world. Imagine 700 atheists in, say, Kabul. I dunno though, that's still depressing. Now I'm depressed. Thanks Meek. :-)